End gerrymandering in Pennsylvania

Should elected officials choose their voters? While the answer to that question rightly receives a resounding 'NO' from everyday Pennsylvanians, it's a practice still hapening in Pennsylvania's redistricting process, right now led by the Republican Majority in Harrisburg. 

You can reclaim your voting power during this year's redistricting process by contacting the redistricting commission and letting them know your opinion against gerrymandering. Tell them to stay true to the Pennsylvania constitution and draw district lines that are compact, contiguous and keep communities together so people with the same concerns can stand together to choose their voice in Harrisburg and Washington, D.C. 

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Protect the lives of Pennsylvanians

Gun violence in Pennsylvania is a public health crisis. When far too many people are losing friends and family members to gun violence, we must do everything possible to protect the lives of Pennsylvanians. Unfortunately, Republicans in Harrisburg are failing to protect Pennsylvanians by undoing commonsense gun safety laws, making it legal for anyone in the state to openly carry firearms of any kind in public and lowering the age at which teens can legally carry guns.

This will dramatically increase gun violence across our state by making it more like the Wild West, with concealed guns carried on every street corner by anyone who chooses to do so, with or without a permit. At a time when we need Harrisburg to help our businesses and communities recover from COVID-19, Harrisburg Republicans are working on behalf of the gun lobby, not in support of safer communities in Pennsylvania.  You can voice your opposition by telling House Republicans that putting more guns on the street not what Pennsylvanians want.

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Defending Democracy

Support for legislation to streamline elections and maintain security.

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Raise the minimum wage for working families, Pennsylvania’s economy

Working hard is at the core of what Pennsylvanians are about. Raising the minimum wage is about economic fairness and economic sense: every state around Pennsylvania has a higher minimum wage. It’s also about boosting our state's economy. Raising the minimum wage would put more money in the pockets of low-wage workers, money that would be spent on goods and services in our local businesses.

Fill out the form to email legislative leaders and your state lawmakers to let them know that you support an increase in the minimum wage.

 

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